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woman picking up litter
Awakening Rants, Life on Earth,

When Someone Litters In Front of You

No doubt you’ve seen someone carelessly throw litter on the ground, and continue walking along.

This happened to me , as I was eating on the patio of a restaurant on Santa Monica Boulevard. It was a quiet day, and a great time to observe people as they passed by.

One man, crossing the street in lazy conversation with a friend, pulled the lid off of his drink and tossed it on the ground in front of me.

How careless! How ignorant of him! What a jerk.

But wait! We Lightworkers are enlightened beings! We rise above petty judgments and harsh thoughts about our fellow man!

A lifetime went by in three of his steps on the sidewalk. I gazed in agony at the jettisoned lid on the ground in front of me. I glared at the man, who glanced over to see my iron stare.

“Are you going to pick that up?” I asked.
“You pick it up,” he laughed, and without missing a stride, he and his friend walked past.

I fumed in silence.

There it sat. Dozens of people walked past it, some even casting glances at it as they did. But no one picked it up.

Perhaps litter is part of your natural habitat, where you are. The litter, in this case, isn’t the focus of this discussion. The real question is, what do you do when someone’s beliefs about reality are so vastly different than yours that they incite your anger?

In his reality, his actions were justified.  Littering is OK.
In my reality, his actions were not. Littering is not OK.

Whose reality is correct? One in which littering is acceptable, or one in which it is not?

The answer: Both are correct. Both are valid. Both have a place here on Earth.

Learning to share the game board with others living in completely different realties is one of the biggest lessons we’ve come here to learn. This is the framework of unity.

 

Accepting diversity has certainly been the Collective’s biggest challenge.
It starts wars.
It fosters bigotry.
It fills mental institutions.

You get the picture.

 

So how is life different when all realities are considered valid?

This is where you get to define yourself. In times like this, you get to observe your reactions to this little diversity test, and you get to figure out who you will be.

Do you admonish the person?
Do you silently seethe?
Do you judge?
Do you pick up the litter?

You may do all of the above, like I did. I picked up the lid, and I walked the few feet to the trash can to throw it out.

Situations such as these are valuable reminders that others’ beliefs are simply their view of reality, and they have a right to share this world with you. You may not like their behavior, and yet by observing your reactions to it, you are constantly redesigning yourself, and integrating all of the different You’s back into the whole.

Are you afraid of doing the wrong thing? Angry at yourself for your judgments? Consider being kinder to everyone involved, especially yourself. You never make mistakes. You only create opportunities for expansion with every action you take.

Your reactions are your choice, always. So no matter what your decision, it is valid and purposeful for your growth.

 

Kimberly

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Featured, Life on Earth, Oneness,

Stuck In a Party Full Of Strangers?  Look For The Guy In The 80’s Jacket.

How did you feel the last time you walked into a party populated with strangers?

A little bit of social anxiety? Vulnerability? Outright terror?  Did you walk in and awkwardly get yourself the fastest-working alcohol available?  Been there.

Then, I bet, you started to look for someone you know in the crowd. It’s navigation time, so off you go, drink in hand, in search for someone that brings you comfort in a sea of scary strangers.

Oh no! You’ve searched the entire crowd, and your friends are not here yet.  Fiddling with your phone and checking for texts would certainly come next.  Plus, it makes you look busy.

But that only lasts for so long.  You realize that you are going to have to interact with someone, eventually.

  • “Oh, I don’t want to talk to him, he looks clingy.”
  • “OMG, what is up with her hair?”
  • “I’m not sitting next to that guy, hell no. Has he been wearing that jacket since the 80’s?”

For most of us, it’s automatic to search out the threats in a crowd, and to do our best to avoid them.  And yes, even an outdated jacket can be considered a threat.  I mean, what would you talk about?

“Obviously he and I have nothing in common.”

Are you sure?

I will bet that your initial judgment about him is largely based on historical programming; judgments made by beliefs planted in you by television, movies or well-meaning parents, rather than from previous direct experience.

Here is the truth:

You are divine.  All others are divine.

Is that concept a big jump for you?  And what does divine really mean?

You are a drop from a giant creative, omnipotent Lake—and you have all of the powers of that Lake, with NO limitations.

 

You have incarnated here to experience physicality, to grow, and to remember this truth.

Those fellow partygoers are also drops from this Lake, having a human experience, just as you are.  You are all equal drops, and you all have the same goal here. Even the guy in the Members Only jacket with ten buckles.

Why not see others as friends?

If they are sharing your party, then they have chosen to be there on not only the physical level, but on higher levels as well.  You are there to serve each other, through your mutual interactions.  Remember, you get back what you send out.

So the next time you go to a party, remind yourself of your common goals before you enter the room.  Don’t expect that everyone remembers these goals just yet, just as you forget from time to time.  It needn’t stop you from treating them as if they do remember.

This is how you recognize the divinity in another, and this is how you create that ideal life you’ve been dreaming of.  You’ll be creating from a higher level, one that is not hindered by judgments and false beliefs about reality.

Remember, we’re all friends.

 

Kimberly

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The Lake symbolism is quite prevalent at this time in our awakening process.  Two resources for you:

Lyssa Royal-Holt’s new book details both galactic history and the nature of our collective reality. Channeled material from Sasha, a Pleiadian, and Hamon, a Sirian collective.

 

Atmosphere — Bde Maka Ska

 

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Are You Awakening video: Do you feel like you stopped evolving?
Life on Earth, Videos,

Video: Do You Feel Like You’ve Stopped Evolving?

Sometimes, it feels like the signs of evolving are gone, but your advancement is still at work! The journey of awakening touches everything and goes beyond your conscious awareness.

Even when you feel like you’ve stalled, you are still evolving. The path to Oneness is a one-way journey. And there is a way to check just how much you’ve progressed since a year ago! In this video, Kimberly shows you how to do a self-check!

Fight your own disbelief in yourself and remember that you are the creator of your reality!

Subscribe to Are You Awakening on YouTube: https://awa.ke/yt
See some of Kimberly’s artwork (mentioned in the video) here: https://kimberlydarwin.artstation.com/

 

Kimberly

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woman knocking on door at beach
Featured, Life on Earth, The Esoteric,

Happening Soon: Truman in the Control Room

As you continue your inner work, your sense of power will return to you. You’ll be more in control of what happens in your surroundings.

The process of awakening entails learning to love yourself.  Through introspection and review of your current world overview, you will replace current non-serving beliefs with better ones.  This changes your perspective and returns your personal power back to you.

Let’s use an analogy to make it easier.

Have you seen the movie The Truman Show?

In the film, Truman navigates a world that appears completely real to him.  From his perspective, the surroundings are completely solid and natural.  But to those in the control room situated in the “moon,” the scenario looks much different.  They can modify the weather, and the length of the days, and who interacts with Truman, among other things.

Each individual, depending on their viewpoint, has a different concept of reality.  Those in the control room know that Truman’s world is illusory. When their work day is finished, they leave the control room to go home to their families, and experience what they believe is the REAL reality.

Now let’s compare that to the way we live on Earth. The situation is similar, in that there is a part of you that navigates your physical world with the belief that this is the one and only reality. There is also a part of you in the control room that is well aware that the reality the physical you is experiencing is malleable and illusory. You could even go a step further, and be Christof (interesting name choice, eh?), the planner of it all.  These are all aspects of yourself, living on different levels, experiencing life from different viewpoints.  All are valid to the one experiencing it.

As you evolve, you will identify more with those in the control room. And as you further evolve, you’ll also invite Truman up to the moon, where he can learn all about the elements of his world and how it was manipulated to give him a particular experience.  But it doesn’t stop there.

For as your perspective grows, so will the collaboration.

Not only will Truman be a regular visitor to the control room, but he’ll also start helping decide how his environment is controlled.  He’ll ally with Christof to orchestrate his preferred weather, the experiences he’d like to have, and define who he’d like to meet “down there.”  They’ll be pooling resources, and together they’ll create an environment that enriches the lives of all involved.

This is where you’re headed.  You are much like Truman, albeit not a prisoner unless you believe that you are. You are also those in the control room, who want you to enjoy varied experiences.  And you are also Christof, who contemplates life as an art.

So view life from the grandest vista you can imagine.  It’s your show.

 

Kimberly

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sad man at beach
Awakening Rants, Life on Earth,

Waking Up In The Morning In A Horrible Mood?

The act of dreaming performs many functions.

While your body is regenerating itself, you are usually far from it, exploring other realities, current concerns, and processing things that you haven’t faced during your waking hours.

You’ll likely see heavy symbolism there, represented by archetypes of many Earthly themes that humans explore during their time on Earth.

So what to do when you wake up in an awful mood?

Well, if you’re like me, who lives a life through symbols, you may try to dissect the dream down to the bare bone.  Animals in a cage?  You’re stuck.  Always searching for something you cannot find?  The illusory belief in separation.  I could go on all day, but why?

You need not overanalyze. 

In fact, you can choose to ignore all of the individual elements occurring in your dream, and simply focus on the feeling it left you with.

So if you wake up in a horrible mood, then chances are you were processing something icky.  And guess what?  You don’t even have to know what that icky thing was.

Your ability to process blocked energy is exponentially larger in your dream state.  Of course, humans were told that things that occur in this state are fantasy, and so we tend to discount their value altogether.  Once you allow in the belief that your dreams are serving you, then you open yourself up to the possibility of clearing that blocked energy—also called healing—while you sleep.  You need not consciously revisit every single traumatic event that left a mark on you in your daytime state.

You can wake up healed.  And generally, when you feel crappy in the morning, this is exactly what happened.

So why the low feeling upon waking?

Here are my two opinions on that:

1. So that you can learn to recognize the difference in your own frequency.  You went to bed feeling great, but woke up sad.

2. So that you can show gratitude to the Larger part of you for minimizing your suffering.

Both of these reasons allow you to appreciate the Universe’s perfect orchestration of events, while honoring your own growth as a human in an illusory world.

Raise Your Vibration

If you do wake up in a crappy mood, aim to raise your vibration in any way possible.  Try gratitude, appreciation, laughter, music.

For me, it’s coffee and remembrance that this occurrence is just part of a cycle of clearing and that my outlook on life is positive.  Sometimes, of course, it’s just plain hard to see the light. If all else fails for you, read this:

You never go backwards.

You are always evolving, and you never fall back, even if you think you do.  Your bad dream need not be a portent for upcoming crisis or disaster, unless you choose to think of it that way.  Since you are creating your own reality, whichever meaning you attach to that dream will stick.  Me, I choose such things to be unconscious gifts of clearance, and I leave it at that.

Your consciousness is vast.  Please learn to trust it.  Once that trust starts to solidify, you will no longer need to go over your subjects of healing with a fine-tooth comb.

You can simply Let. Them. Go.

Love to you.

 

Kimberly

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Awakening Rants, Life on Earth, Oneness,

Headphones all the time? You must not want to be bothered.

Do you love bopping down the street with inspiring music on? Lots of us do. That’s why headphones are so pretty nowadays.

So what happens when you’re in the midst of a killer song, and someone stops you to ask you a question? Can’t they see you’re listening to something?

You could be annoyed, having to turn off the tunes, to cater to the moving mouth facing you on the street.

Perhaps they were seeking directions, or—even more regretful in retrospect—they wanted to pay you a compliment.

But the message delivered to you is not the focus of this discussion.  What I want to talk about here is how you felt about being interrupted in the midst of doing something else.

In addition to annoyance, you could have felt fear. After all you don’t know this person, or their intentions. Whatever that feeling is, your initial reaction reflects your current belief about about oneness.

Here on Earth, we are all exploring the theme of separateness through the use of physical bodies. Therefore, we hold some sort of belief about what the “others” out there mean to us. Are they good? Annoying? Unpredictable? Inherently bad? Hopeless sheep? Exciting?

Your view of the nature of “others” shapes the “others” that you meet.

Through encounters such as these, you get to decide who you are. That’s why there are other people in your world at all.

Every.single.person.that.you.meet.is.a.reflection.of.you.

Not just some of the time.  Not just intimate relationships, or family.  Every single person, no matter how short the interaction, is a reflection of you in some way.

Now let’s add a layer:

What if the person who stopped you on the street was wearing tattered clothes? Or if she were a hot woman in a tight dress? Or an elderly person appearing anxious? Or a crying child?

Who are you in each of those situations?

Through introspective contemplation, you can uncover beliefs that might benefit from redesign. By visualizing yourself in each of the scenarios above—and focusing on how you felt during the encounter–you can then discover the unconscious programs that have been governing your behavior.

However you acted, there is a part of you that feels the same way about yourself. Since all people are reflections of you, this person offers you the opportunity to locate that area of blocked energy.  To clear it out. And to choose a better-serving belief from now on.

It’s a remembrance, that every version of us is valid—even the one that catches you by surprise.

This is how we move from separation to integration.

leopard gecko
Awakening Rants, Life on Earth, Oneness,

Mean No Harm

There is a fruit fly that stays with me when I’m writing.

Perching on the laptop, walking across the screen.  Sometimes on the mouse, just where my thumb should be.

As I pull some oracle cards, it seems that wherever I am just about to put a card down, there is the fly; in peril of sudden demise during my morning reading.

“It’s just a fruit fly,”  I’ve had friends say. “Those and spiders….they don’t count.  Those get squished.”

Now I’ve long passed the period of judgment about the value of life.  If you get too deep into it, the militant vegans and the well-meaning carnivores battle it out, and I no longer wish to participate in that sort of thing.

Your interpretation of the value of life is yours alone.  And although I would never intentionally hurt a living being, there are times when it happens without my intention.

Like the time I stepped on a gecko on my porch, severing its tail.  I watched it wriggle around in what I imagined was excruciating pain—caused by me!!!!—understandably, after the severance of a major portion of its body.  I bawled my eyes out over my infliction of pain on a helpless animal.  Like for hours.  A bit of an overreaction, but that’s the sign that there’s more to the situation than at first glance.

Of course, tails can grow back on many species of reptiles.  But no matter.  I was in it for the lesson.

After days of contemplation, I adopted a missive whenever I contemplate the value of life:

Mean No Harm.

With these three words, one can view the cycle of life from a loving perspective.  And yet the subtle interpretation of these words can take on different meanings for different people.  And that’s a great way to live.  To allow others to interpret things as they will, and to remember that your different interpretation is just as valid.

I welcome you to try it.  Mean No Harm. 

If you’re a spider squisher, pause for a minute before you pull the shoe out next time.  Does your action correlate with your current interpretation of “Mean No Harm?” 

And if you are one of those that will spend an hour struggling to rehome a bug outside, ask yourself the same question.

What do the words “Mean No Harm” represent for you at this moment?  Has your definition of “Harm” changed?

There are no right or wrong answers. This is about you, evolving.  Being a Darwin, I take the lead in adding an appropriate pun:

You’re regrowing your tail.

As our perspective broadens, we revaluate our definitions of things. So asking yourself this question may bring beliefs to the surface heretofore unseen.  Any experiences since last contemplating this concept will enhance your opinion.

And as for the fruit fly, to me it’s a guide.  They come in all shapes and sizes, quietly presenting me with an option to give it relevance.  To me, it represents a tiny portion of the All, with just as much right to my environment as I have.  I am, therefore, very careful where I place my cards.

Love to you.

 

Kimberly

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Awakening Rants, Featured, Life on Earth, Oneness,

Button Pushing: From Asleep to Awake

There will always be people who push your buttons. They can leave you fuming at the ears…but then you remember that you’re awake, and smacking the shit out of them is no longer a viable option.

Those annoying souls are there for your benefit, you know.  An easy thing to forget when they push too far, through word or action.

I had a person in my life who was incapable of making a supportive statement.  OK, let’s be honest:  he’s a dick.

It doesn’t matter if what they say is true for you or not.  Anything presented to you is from that person’s perspective, and reflects their view of the world.  There will always be people to share their opinions with you, unless you decide to be that guy that meditates in a cave for the rest of your life.

So let’s do a little comparison between how you might react to someone pushing your buttons, back when you were asleep, and now that you’re awake.

I’ll share a recent public statement from my personal button-pusher:

A 52 year old woman can go off her meds and talk shit about unicorns and aliens without her friends and relatives catching her and locking her up until she starts taking her meds again. One day she will start to believe the things she says on You Tube and forget there is a difference between fantasy and reality and try to sell her concepts in the real world and then her friends and family will become the elusive unicorn and alien!  Love always!

Seriously! Love always!?

That is the sign of a soul contract, right there.  Or passive aggression.  Probably both.

So how to react to a statement like that?

As an asleep human, I would go into defense mode.

I might refute in anger the untruths of the statement, or…even worse…retaliate with the most painful dagger to his insecurity that I could muster up in a millisecond.

When we’re asleep, we see each other as separate people, at odds with the world and everyone in it. We’ve forgotten that each person we interact with is merely a reflection of ourselves, presenting an opportunity to discover something about us.

 

Now let’s take a look at how awake people could handle the same situation:

An awake human would recognize the opportunity to respond to any statement, whether negative or positive, with kindness and compassion.

The awakened soul will aim to deliver a response that deflects any negativity, through the understanding of the source delivering it.  Knowing that we are all one, looking at life through different eyes, we respond as if we are looking into a mirror. This maintains karmic balance and is self-love at its best.

Those button-pushers are giving you a gift, to practice your compassionate action.  To put yourself in another’s shoes.  To transmute from a reactive separate person, into a better you that understands the connection between all souls, no matter how separate they may feel.

So how did I respond? Well, I won’t claim to be Buddha. Initially, I devised many daggers to fling; but what good does it do other than create more karma for me to balance? So I said nothing until I felt that I could deliver a positive message, one that asserted my choice to detach from consistently negative people.

I’m sure another button-pusher is well on his way into my life, because that’s how we grow.

How blissful it would be if the awakening process were the simple flick of a switch…from Bitch to Buddha in the blink of an eye.

Don’t expect to be a saint; that’s not why you came to Earth at this time.  In this divinely-orchestrated interactive game board, you get the chance to decide, at every moment, who you will be in any situation.  You’ll have plenty of chances to better yourself, I promise!

And don’t forget that sometimes, the biggest button pusher is you, talking to yourself!  All the more opportunity to send love in the wake of statements that lack it.

Love always!

 

Kimberly

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where do you feel ugliest?
Awakening Rants, Life on Earth, Oneness,

Where Does the Ugly in You Come Out? Go There More Often.

As you awaken, you raise your awareness of your own behavior.  Hopefully, you’ll recognize when you’ve done something nice, and praise yourself for it.  And when you do things that aren’t so nice, you’ll recognize it and aim for better “next time.”

So when will there be a “next time”?  I suggest you actively plan for those times by putting yourself in the places where you’re challenged the most.

The places where you feel most vulnerable, most inadequate, most unnerved by the situation.  Where the people scare you, where your “comparison” muscle gets the most action. Go there.  Face it.

For me, it’s the gym.

I live in Hollywood, California, so I’m sure I don’t need to explain much about the scenery around here.  And going to the gym, which is regularly populated with 6′ freaks of nature disguised as models and actors, can send me into a negative vortex of inadequacy. These fairy-like people who bend themselves into knots in every yoga pose imaginable, and lift more weight than I do, and look good doing it.

The hardest part?

Most of them are NICE.

That’s the kicker, eh?  I’d love to hate them for their perfection, their contribution to the continuation of the unrealistic ideal standards by which our society measures beauty.  I’d love to sneer and scoff and compare.

But all of those negative feelings I experience: comparisons of worthiness and value in our jacked-up society, my personal insecurities, and sometimes just plain despair…are simply MY feelings, and they don’t represent the people I’m viewing at all.

Facing these feelings head on allows you to redesign your attitude about being around those who challenge you.  Hiding from them will magnify your insecurities later. So go there, and experience it head on.  Bring each insecurity to light, and ask yourself if it serves you, or if you can let that go.

And you might find out that those you were afraid of, comparing yourself to, and avoiding, are people with their own insecurities, who long to be loved and accepted just as much as you do.

Go do that shit!

 

Kimberly

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The Esoteric, Trigger Messages, Videos,

Video: Trigger Message for One Person – Is It You?

This message is being delivered as part of a soul contract with the recipient. Since my soul plan features spiritual communication through technology, I offered to be the harbinger for multi-level archetypal messages that unlock dormant codes in those requesting them.

These agreements are set up prior to incarnation. I am told by Source what to include in your message, I create it using all my abilities, and I throw it out here for you to find it.

Is this for you?

If so, the images and words will have special meaning for you, and they will unlock some synchronicities and excitement, about your path moving forward. I see nothing but good happening for you, finally.

There is more.

Love, Kimberly